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More Than QR4 Billion To Be Invested In Various Sector

In order to boost private sector, Qatar will be investing more than QR4 billion in various sector. The investments focuses on sectors like health, education, logistics, agriculture production, industry and environment. In the education sector, investors were selected to establish seven schools, the plots for which have already been allotted. …

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Qatar Announces New Investments Worth QR4 Billion In Various Sectors

Qatar has decided to invest more than QR4 billion in sectors like health, education, logistical support, agriculture, industry and environment. The investments are under the directives of Emir to achieve self-sufficiency and reliance. The Ministerial Group chaired by Prime Minister and Interior Minister H E Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin …

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Qatar’s Budget For 2018 Revealed

Qatar’s 2018 budget has been released and it shows slightly higher spending and a marginally smaller deficit than this year’s plan. QR29 billion worth of new projects are expected to be signed in the upcoming year. The Emir H H Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani has issued Law Number …

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Sheikha Moza Reaffirms The Importance Of Education To Tackle Increase In Number Of Fake News

Qatar Foundation chairperson, Sheikha Moza bint Nasser said that the fake news should not stop progress while addressing the delegates from 100 countries at the opening ceremony of the 8th World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) in Qatar. She expressed concerns over proliferation of fake news, especially in social media. …

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Some wanted to make matters difficult for us, yet it was only difficult for them: Sheikha Moza

HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, addressed the gathering at the eighth World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) under the theme “Co-Exist, Co-Create: Learning to Live and Work Together”. She spoke about various issues during her speech, including the ongoing crisis …

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Patrick Awuah Receives WISE Prize For Education 2017

The prestigious WISE Prize for Education was presented to Patrick Awuah, founder and president of Ashesi University College, a private, not-for-profit institution. The award was presented by HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, chairperson of Qatar Foundation. Stavros N Yiannouka, the CEO of WISE said: “I am pleased to welcome Patrick …

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UAE To Impose VAT On Food, Water And Power

The residents in the UAE will have to pay a 5 percent tax (VAT) on food, water, power and higher education from next year, an analyst said. Girish Chand, director, MCA Management Consultants, said both Saudi and the UAE authorities have brought these categories under the VAT. Khalid Al Bustani, …

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Never Seen Before Human Rights Violations In The Gulf

The humanitarian situation in the ongoing crisis is unprecedented in the Gulf region. The siege nations have continuously violated international laws right from the beginning of the crisis and all the suggestions have fallen deaf ears. To begin with the four Arab states forced Qatari nationals living in their countries …

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QNHRC Ask Blockading States To Respect The Rights Of The Students

The blockading nations expelled Qatari citizens in their countries including mixed family members, patients, businessman and students after the crisis broke out. This resulted in discontinuation of many Qatari students. QNHRC (Qatar National Human Rights Committee) requested the nations to respect the international law and also the rights of students, …

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Minister Assures Of Safety Of Siege Nations Students In Qatar

Contrary to siege nations, Qatar has so far not taken any measures against students from siege nations in Qatar and they will be continuing their education without any hiccups, said Minister of Education and Higher Education H E Dr Mohammed Abdul Wahed Ali Al Hammadi. He said that Qatari students …

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